Learn to use JAWS for Windows: Session 7 JAWS and Internet - 012563
Learn to use JAWS for Windows, screen reading software for students with visual impairments. Receive hands-on instruction on using JAWS commands to navigate the Desktop, menus, dialogue boxes, and other tasks such as reading and word processing. Improve your techniques and strategies on teaching JAWS through the session, which will focus on using tools in the HJ pad, including the following:
  • Menus
  • Dialogs
  • Open and Exit


Audiences Teacher - Special Education, Paraprofessionals
Prerequisite/Special Notes Teacher of Students with Visual Impairment and Braille Transcriptionists; IT staff members; Paraprofessionals.
**This workshop will not teach the Braille Code. Participants are expected to know braille before attending.


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